Kentucky picked up a huge win at Florida on Saturday night to move to 2-0 on the season.

With the victory, the Wildcats jumped to No. 9 on Sunday in the new AP Top 25.

Of course, headlines were made a few weeks back when Kentucky basketball coach John Calipari made reference to the fact that UK was a basketball school.

It was a comment that Wildcats football coach Mark Stoops took exception to.

Any maybe it wasn’t completely accurate given how Kentucky is performing on the gridiron of late.

On his show “Sunday Bloody Sunday,” ESPN college football analyst Matt Barrie highlighted the Wildcats’ success Sunday.

“It kind of cements everything that I say about being patient with coaches, with Mark Stoops at Kentucky,” Barrie said. “They waited to see if he could build this program into something. Mind you, it’s Kentucky football, not Kentucky basketball. You know the little thing that he and Cal had a few weeks ago about it being a basketball school.

“Well right now, it’s a football school, and Mark Stoops proved that on Saturday. … Listen to this now, because this is impressive. With the win at The Swamp (on) Saturday, Mark Stoops now has 61 wins at Kentucky. … It’s the most wins by any head coach in Kentucky football history. It passes Bear Bryant.”

All of Barrie’s comments can be seen in the video below: